Thursday, April 25, 2013

Urgent Call to Action on Benghazigate: CALL Chief Deputy Whip Peter Roskam ASAP to Publicly Support Congressman Frank Wolf and H.Res. 36

From the Chicago Tea Party......

Dear Concerned Citizen,
Currently, Chief Deputy Whip Peter Roskam's name does not appear as a co-sponsor on the H.Res 36 put forth by the Honorable Congressman Frank Wolf in January 2013 according to the latest information from The Library of Congress: Speaker John Boehner is in opposition to 115 members (and growing) of the GOP Conference in the US House who call for immediate, decisive action on Benghazi.
Please contact the Chief Deputy Whip Roskam and implore him to become an immediate co-sponsor of H.Res. 36, publicly support Congressman Frank Wolf, and exercise his leadership to get John Boehner to UNEQUIVOCALLY back and support this Select Committee in the US House to FULLY investigate Benghazi.
This is crucial in order to obtain the truth regarding Benghazi, and lead the way to prosecute those individuals in the Obama administration responsible for this travesty committed by terrorists against United States citizens.
This prosecution is not limited to Obama's circle, but extends to Obama himself for any potential criminal actions.

Congressman Peter Roskam's District Office, 2700 International Drive,Suite 304,West Chicago, IL 60185

Congressman Peter Roskam's Washington Office,227 Cannon House Office Building,Washington, DC 20515

Congressman Peter Roskam's Satellite Office, 200 South Hough Street,Second Floor,Barrington, IL 60010    
Below is information with talking points to use when making this phone call to Chief Deputy Whip Roskam and your congressional representative, if he or she is not a co-sponsor of H.Res. 36.
The TRUTH regarding Benghazi must be made known; justice must be delivered. The American people deserve to know what actually took place under the watch of Barack Obama and his adminstration! RESOLUTE LEADERSHIP MATTERS!

Center Urges Select Committee to Make Real Progress on Benghazigate Scandal

Press Releases | April 23, 2013 | Waging War
Republican leaders of five House committees with national security jurisdictions have issued today a "progress report" (PDF) on the fruits of their respective efforts to investigate the murderous jihadist attack on U.S. facilities in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012.  The most important take-away is that, more than seven months after that outrage, these committees still do not know precisely what happened.

More to the point, the report indicates that the five committees intend to continue their investigations.  It seems predictable that months spent on more of the same, business-as-usual inquiries will produce more of the same stonewalling by the executive branch, a host of still-unanswered questions and a continuing lack of accountability for the policies that got us into this fiasco in Libya, for the conduct during the attack and for the cover-up that was perpetrated at the highest levels of the Obama administration.
Frank J. Gaffney, Jr., President of the Center for Security Policy, responded to the issuing of this report by renewing the Center's call for the establishment, instead, of a select committee to get to the bottom of the Benghazigate scandal.

The American people are entitled to know the truth about what happened before, during and following the attack last year in Benghazi on 9/11.  While the existing, standing committees have shed some light on pieces of this sordid affair, it is now evident that that truth simply is unlikely to be forthcoming in the absence of an aggressive investigative effort with real teeth. 
We believe this progress report reinforces the request recently made by 700-plus Special Forces veterans urging Congress to establish a select committee pursuant to House Resolution 36, sponsored by Rep. Frank Wolf and a majority of the House Republican caucus.  It is time for real progress and a select committee evidently is necessary to get it.
Concerned citizens can help get this select committee established by urging their representatives to endorse H.Res.36 by going to

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